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going to have some kind of some decline. >> jim osborne is the executive director of the quality of life technology center. a federally funded lab that creates robotics for the elderly and disabled. >> we do not have enough caregivers. technology will have to amplify what they do. >> but the work is slow going. so now in a gravity compensation mode so we can move they will around. we can change and mostly stick in place and we let him go. >> one of a their showcase projects is herb, still years away from being ready for the home. osborne says rather an robot like herb, we are more likely to see smaller targeted technology. when he calls an aware home. when we think of an aware home. we think of something has instrumentation that would be able to understand our patterns of behavior. there are commercial systems that can do that in a fairly rudeimentry way. understand where you are. you are moving about the kitchen. understand that you get up at a certain time of day and do this and do that and so on. the house that we live in could be a robot. >> elener's house doesn't look anything like
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